News Headlines - 27 March 2011

▽Dozens still held after violent disorder in London - BBC
Nearly 200 people remain in custody, a day after unrest overshadowed a peaceful anti-cuts protest in London.

▽Travel firms facing profits squeeze - The Press Association
Travel operators Thomas Cook and TUI Travel will reveal how they are coping with soaring fuel prices and weakening consumer confidence in second quarter trading updates in the coming week.
Both companies have admitted their profits suffered after the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, which caused concerned holidaymakers to cancel bookings.

▽NATO taking command of air operations in Libya - CTV.ca
Led by Canadian Lt.-Gen. Charles Bouchard, NATO is taking control of aerial operations in Libya, as it launches strikes against Moammar Gadhafi's forces and maintains the UN-authorized no-fly zone.

▽Turkey offers to broker Libya ceasefire as rebels advance on Sirte - The Guardian
The Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has signalled that Turkey is ready to act as a mediator to broker an early ceasefire in Libya, as he warned that a drawn-out conflict risked turning the country into a "second Iraq" or "another Afghanistan" with devastating repercussions both for Libya and the Nato states leading the intervention.

▽Status report: Reactor by reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi plant - CNN
Here is the latest on the status of each reactor and what was being done to prevent further emissions of radioactive material:







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